Can Veltam Be Substituted For Urimax 0.4mg?

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sita Says:


My husband is 90 and has been taking Urimax 0.4mg. His psa is 3.31mg... The doctor says he can switch to Veltam-F for 30 days... His hands and legs have been shaky & unsteady for the past two days since he started on Veltam... Is this a side effect of Veltam?



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Verwon Says:

He should follow his doctor's instructions regarding which medication to take.

Is he having tremors, or just feeling unsteady? Weakness, and dizziness can be a side effect of this medication, which contains Finasteride, and Tamsulosin. He may also experience nausea, headache, and changes in urination.

Is he on any other medications?

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